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Group :: Networking/File transfer
Source RPM: rsync
Current version: 3.0.9-alt2
Built: about 9 years ago
Size: 546 KB
Repocop status: skip
Gear:   http://git.altlinux.org/gears/r/rsync.git
Archive:   http://ftp.altlinux.org/pub/distributions/archive/p7/index/src/r/rsync
Home page:   http://rsync.samba.org

License: GPLv3
Summary: A program for synchronizing files over a network
Description:

Rsync uses a quick and reliable algorithm to very quickly bring
remote and host files into sync. Rsync is fast because it just
sends the differences in the files over the network (instead of
sending the complete files). Rsync is often used as a very powerful
mirroring process or just as a more capable replacement for the
rcp command. A technical report which describes the rsync algorithm
is included in this package.

Current maintainer: Dmitry V. Levin

List of contributors:
  • Bernhard Rosenkraenzer
  • Bill Nottingham
  • Chmouel Boudjnah
  • Cristian Gafton
  • Dmitry V. Levin
  • Erik Troan
  • Frederic Lepied
  • Geoffrey Lee
  • Jeff Johnson
  • John A. Martin
  • John Buswell
  • Michael De La Rue
  • Stanislav Ievlev
  • Stefan van der Eijk
  • Sviatoslav Sviridov
  • Yoann Vandoorselaere
ACL: List of rpms provided by this srpm:
  • rsync
  • rsync-debuginfo
  • rsync-server
Recent changes (last three changelog entries):

2012-04-23 Dmitry V. Levin 3.0.9-alt2

    - Reverted default timeout value to upstream value 0.
      It used to be 60 seconds more than 10 years, but some subtle change
      in the code made it non-overridable via rsyncd.conf which is not
      acceptable for servers.
        

2011-09-26 Dmitry V. Levin 3.0.9-alt1

    - Updated to v3.0.9.
        

2011-04-07 Dmitry V. Levin 3.0.8-alt1

    - Updated to v3.0.8 (fixes CVE-2011-1097).
        
 
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